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Database of Missionary Trainers who are willing to help others in their training needs
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How to use this page: You can search by using Ctrl-F for any person or subject. The database is sorted by column D.
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Christian nameSurnameCountryRegion - A (Africa); AS (Asia); AL (Latin America); WE (West - Europe); WNA (West - North America); WP (West - Pacific)

OrganisationCan offer help inInterested to DiscussNeedsOther CommentsHow to contactWebsitesBiographical information
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AnnRiggsKenyaAFriends Theological CollegeOur students in missionary study are connected closely with local missions, churches and other organizations in the mission context so that they learn from both the teachers and coursework at college and on-the-ground missionaries. Our Kenyan students have been allowed to stay within the United Nations refugee camp for missionary ministry there because we have built a relationship with a church within the refugee camp and with the UN authorities.How to make improvements in training students to grasp and respond effectively to wide differences in cultural and life experience. To some understanding such differences and working productively with these in ministry comes so easily but for those to whom it is a challenge we are sometimes at a loss to know how best to help them learn the needed ministry skills.http://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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BrumildaPageSouth AfricaAFocus Team Leadership Traininghttp://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtnhttp://ftlt.org/
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DanielAghanenuNigeriaAIbadan, Oyo State Cross-cultural training in missions leading to the award of Diploma in Missions for a two year training programmehttp://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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DuncanOlumbeKenyaAMission Together Africa- Cultural orientation to and from Africa (we facilitate orientation for new western missionaries coming to Africa and for Kenyans going out) - Missionary induction training on practical aspects of mission service from an African perspective (i.e. selection, pre-field training, member-care, support-raising, re-entry) - Specific mission training to the youth and professionals interested in mission given our focus on the two groups. - Short-term mission training: i.e. how to organize and/or host teams, effective team leadership, community engagement, etc. - Training for local churches and organizations on how best to start, nurture and/or improve their mission endeavours (i.e. setting up mission committees/boards, mobilizing the whole church into mission, etc.)- Older mentors as we seek to grow our mission training capacity - Help to organize our training materials into robust and reproducible curriculum, handbooks, etc. - Training of trainers so that we can nurture a team of Kenyan mission trainers of good standards - Joint training events both locally and internally for exposure and mutual growth/learning - Publication of African mission training books i.e. handbooks, reference materials, etc.We would love to see greater interaction in mission training at the very practical level of equipping African mission workers.http://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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JimHarriesKenyaAAlliance for Vulnerable MissionAfrica. Grassroots missions. Vulnerable mission. Indigenous languages. Local resources. Long-term. For examples see http://www.jim-mission.org.uk/articles/index.html and vulnerablemission.orgAfrica. Grassroots missions. Vulnerable mission. Indigenous languages. Local resources. Long-term. For examples see http://www.jim-mission.org.uk/articles/index.html and vulnerablemission.orgThis is a great idea. Can this resource go beyond English?http://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtnwww.vulnerablemission.org
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JoelGrayBurkina FasoAIMS - Institut Missiologique du SahelField-based training, competency-based curriculum design, Expository preaching, Mission historyNetworking Mission Training Schools and seeking \"\"accreditation\"\" or \"\"program recognition, best practices for mission trainers, grant writing etc.http://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtnwww.IMSahel.org
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LewisAKISSICote dIvoireAAction Missionnaire InterafricaineFormation pour la mission transculturellehttp://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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Maurice A.MBanguraSierra LeoneAWesleyan Christian CollegeThe Wesleyan Christian College has students and staff willing to be trained and to train others in muslim evangelism. We can also be able to establish a Missions Training Centre for Sierra Leoneans interested in missions, Discipleship and Church planting.We want to dialoque with others in Missions, Church planting and Discipleship.We would be very grateful if we could have partners in training and support in Church planting among muslims, particularly the Susus.http://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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NtaiPhekoLesothoAEugene Casalis Mission Training Centrehttp://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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SamuelOlatunbiNigeriaANEMII can offer help in helping to spread the news about International Missionary Training Network (IMTN) in Nigeria, thereby enlisting mission’s trainers from other mission’s training school to join the network.I am interested to discuss on competence-oriented missions training.I need current information and tools that can be used to prepare missionaries for effective cross cultural ministryhttp://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtnnemitoday.blogspot.co.ukMy journey as a Christian began in 1990 when I met the Lord as a 12 year old in a local church in Lagos Nigeria. I graduated from the Obafemi Awolowo University Ile-Ife Osun State Nigeria with Master of Architecture (M.Arch) in 2004. Then I proceeded to Jos the same year through the Nigerian government’s program that mandates every university graduate to serve the country for one year; National Youth Service Corps (NYSC). In 2005-2006 I was trained at the Nigeria Evangelical Missionary Institute (NEMI) Jos Nigeria for cross-cultural ministry. In 2006 I joined the Nigeria Evangelical Missions Association (NEMA) as a mobilization staff. NEMA is a coalition of about 134 mission agencies and mission sending churches across the country, and NEMI is the training arm of NEMA. I served as the mobilization assistant to the NEMA Executive Secretary from 2006 to 2011. Then in February of 2011 I was reposted to serve as the principal of NEMI. This is what I do till date. I am married to Lydia and we are blessed with two girls; Mary 7 years, and Ruth shall be 3 by May 2015.
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Segun JohnAdekoyaNigeriaAMissionary Training Partners International, Abuja,Nigeria1. Missionary Approach to African Traditional Religion. Designing Strategic and Contextualized Curriculum for African Mission Schools.Designing Contextualize Curriculum for African Mission SchoolsWe appreciate IMTN. Are there faculties willing to teach in West African countries like Nigeria, Burkina Faso etc?http://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtnhttp://www.mtpinigeria.com
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TiowaDiarraMaliATentmakers Internationalhttp://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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TamratTadeleEthiopiaAhttp://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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BrianMyrholmUgandaAAIMhttp://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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Antonia Leonora (Tonica)van der MeerBrazilALEvangelical Missions Center; CIM (Cuidado Integral do Missionário = Member Care)Missionary Life / Biblical Theology of Suffering / Member CareMissionary Life / Biblical Theology of Suffering / Member Carehttp://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtnI worked for about 8 years with IFES Student work in Brazil and 10 years as pioneer staff in Angola and Mozambique, when I started to teach at several seminaries. I worked for 17 1/2 years full time at the Evangelical Missions Center and now as a visiting professor. I studied languages at the University in Brazil, I did a diploma in Mission at All Nations Christian College in the U.K. I did a Mastera in Teology with a major in Missiology at the Faculdade Teológica Batista de São Paulo, and a Doctor in Missiology program at the Asia Graduate School of Theology in the Philippines.
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BarbaraBurnsBrazilALMissão JUVEPOur main strength is integrated training - missiology with (and based on) theology, character and community living, spiritual life and practical experience. It is a one year, full-time, intensive course. Integrated curriculum - theological/missiological; theoretical/practical; community life and service. Our strongest point is integrating Biblical-theological bases with missiological application and reflection.How to better integrate the training experience. Contextualization issues.Our course is one year, dedicated to missionary training on a post-graduate level. Your job is very important. Missionaries are still being sent with little or no training and making the same mistakes as always. Many have little theological underpinnings.http://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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CarmenBroce TorresPanamaALDepartamento de Misiones del Templo La Fe de las Asambleas de DiosEntrenamiento de misionarios en el area de Guerra Espiritual, Choque cultural y Trabajo en Equipo (Spiritual Warfare, Culture Shock and Team work)http://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtnDirectora del Departamento de Misiones del Templo La Fe de las Asambleas de Dios; Profesora en el Instituto Superior Bíblico de las Asambleas de Dios en Panamá (ISBAD).
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ClotildeBalabarca de GaonaPanamaALIglesia El Shaddai, Asambleas de DiosEnseñanza
Movilización en Misiones
Trabajo en equipo.
Trabajo con equipos interdisciplinarios.
Trabajo interdenominacional.
http://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtnPUESTO ACTUAL.
1. Pastora Asociada en Iglesia El Shaddai, Asambleas de Dios, Pueblo Nuevo, Panamá.
2. Líder de Misiones, Iglesia El Shaddai, Asambleas de Dios, Panamá.
3. Profesora de Instituto Bíblico, Asambleas de Dios, Panamá.
4. Doctora de Medicina General, Ministerio de Salud de Panamá.
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DanielDuarteUruguayALSeminario Bautista del Uruguay y Seminario Bíblico del Uruguay-Programas accesibles a todo creyente -Promover viajes misioneros a corto plazo- Compartir recursos didácticos - Intercambios de alumnos en viajes misioneroshttp://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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DanielHurtadoArgentinaALCentro de Entrenamiento Ministerial (C.E.MI.)Ayudando a iglesias a organizarse e iniciar nuevas iglesias. http://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtnCoordinación iglesia celular de las iglesias fundadas. Fundador de la Iglesia Centro Familiar Cristiano en Micro Centro ciudad de Santa Fe (2006-2014). PROFESOR:
CEMI (Misionología, Homilética, Iglecrecimiento, Evangelismo, Fundación de iglesias, Mayordomía, Teología, Liderazgo, Teología, Bioiglesia e Iglesia Celular) (1993-2014)
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FabianReyArgentinaALFundación Dios es Amor Trabajo en equipo.
Gestión y desarrollo de proyectos a corto y largo plazo.
Trabajo con equipos interdisciplinarios.
Trabajo interdenominacional.
Coordinación en redes.
http://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtnPUESTO ACTUAL.
1-Misionero Traslocal.
2-Equipo Ministerial Iglesia Local CC Residencial América. Córdoba capital.
3-Presidente Fundación Dios es Amor – Rosario, Santa Fe.
4-Consejo de Administración Fundación Nueva Esperanza – Tartagal, Salta.
5-Equipo Trabajo DCI, Bs As, Argentina.
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JonathanLewisUSA/ArgentinaALGo Global NetworkProgram design; online course developmenthttp://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtnwww.goglobalnet.org; www.ccmt.com.ar Jonathan P. Lewis was born (1949) in Argentina of missionary parents. He is married to Dawn (1976) and they have four grown children. Jon and Dawn have spent much of their marriage serving together in Peru, Mexico, Argentina, Canada and the USA, where they have focused on developing ministry training programs and materials. A major portion of their time has been dedicated to founding (1995) and working with the Centre for Cross-Cultural Ministry Training (CCMT) in Cordoba, Argentina—a centre dedicated to training missionary candidates. They have prepared and published several basic courses on missions in Spanish and English, including World Mission, Working Your Way to the Nations, and Integral Ministry Training Design and Evaluation. Jon worked for the World Evangelical Alliance for 20 years before resigning (2011) and founded GoGlobalNet.org, a ministry focused on helping Latin Americans missionaries along an international “pathway” to service among the unreached peoples of the world. Jon and Dawn divide their time between the CCMT in Cordoba and their home in Ferndale, Washington.
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KevinBook-SatterleeMexicoALhttp://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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MarciaTostesBrazilALAPMBhttp://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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MarcosPadgettCosta RicaALSeminario ESEPAOur strengths lie in Bible and Theology. We believe strongly that Gods messengers (missionaries) should know well Gods Message. My personal perspective is that many missionary training institutions are weak in this area. I would encourage them to beef up the Biblical studies and continue training in the more practical(and also much needed areas like culture and language learning.Curriculum development.http://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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MargarethaAdiwardanaBrazilALAMETraining for cross-cultural missions and for international disaster relief and community development.http://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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MarkusBuserColombiaALYWAMPioneering, crosscultural missions, language acquisiton, inner healing, planning, leadershipmobilization of latinamericans to the unreachedI am generally interested in working in Allianceshttp://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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MoisésMejíaGuatemalaALCentral American Theological Seminary – CATSFormal programs like diploma(1 YEAR),BA(4 years) and Master(7 years) Practical experience at the ends of plansNon-formal and informal missionary training,Cooperation,promotionhttp://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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NicolásMarullaArgentiinaALIglesia de Dios en Argentina; Seminario Bíblico Ministerial de Argentinahttp://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtnwww.iglesiadedios.org.arFunciones Actuales
- Supervisor Nacional de la Iglesia de Dios en Argentina
- Profesor de SEBIMA (Seminario Bíblico Ministerial de Argentina)
- Facilitador de ILI (International Leadership Institute)
- Facilitador de REG (Recursos Estratégicos Globales)
- Miembro de la Comisión de Teología de Iglesia de Dios en América Latina
- Miembro del Consejo Sudamericano de Iglesia de Dios
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OmarGavaArgentinaALRecursos Estrategicos Globales1. Design training programs in different fromats. 2. Curriculum design 3. Guidance for periods of immersion and pre-field cross-cultural practice1. Design training programs in different fromats. 2. Curriculum design 3. Guidance for periods of immersion and pre-field cross-cultural practice 4. Search avenues to facilitate cooperation with newer programs or with the ones that have fewer resources, especially in the area of facilitators / teachers. 4. How could we do more functional and effective network of missionary cooperation. (eg. Interaction with COMIBAM)QUESTION: Who are the current people responsible for the IMTN?http://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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Felipe JinsukByunKorea(R.O.K.)ASGMTC(Global Missionary Training Center)GMTC training has been designed to train Korean missionary candidates. The following are some of the strengths in terms of training Korean missionary candidates. First, it focuses on training the whole person. It will not only help them to understand themselves, but also to understand others with different perspectives. Second, it focuses on helping them to be better cross-cultural missionaries. It will include life and work on the mission fields. Third, another important strength is that GMTC emphasizes a communal living type of training in which trainees including couples and their children with some singles experience a change of attitudes and character, as well as learn various theories in missions in classes. Fourth, perhaps the foremost important strength is that GMTC has a group of dedicated trainers (tutors) who have concentrated on missionary training for an extended period with extensive cross-cultural experiences in various contexts. Fifth, if I were to mention one more strength of GMTC, it would be the close relationship it has with many local churches that support it both financially and spiritually. Especially, almost every lunch at GMTC is prepared by volunteers who come from various local churches to serve and interact with our trainees.1.Do a training program(s) that trainers are engaged in have a comprehensive training plan or philosophy? 2.Do the training program(s) that trainers are engaged in have a good strategy for recruiting new missionary candidates? 3.What kind of training is offered to the trainers and what quality will one look for in them?http://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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JohnLingMalaysiaASChinese Methodist Churchhttp://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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PramilaRajendranIndiaASWEA Mission Commissionmissionary, leadership development, counselling as well as membercare traininghttp://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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Ram PrasadShresthaNepalASNational Mission Commission of NepalWe have been running our missionary Training since 2005. So far we have been able to write our own curriculum as book \"\"Introduction to Mission\"\" which has 10 chapters containing subject related with world Mission. The book has been published in Nepali language. Recently, we have published a book on World Mission which is an equivalent to Perspective Reader. Total of 40 authors mostly Nepali have contributed in the areas of Theology, history, Culture and Strategy in Mission. Most of the chapters were written in English and letter translated into Nepal. It has been published in Nepali language has been used widely in training center.I can teach on Theology of Mission and Tent Making Mission.We are very much committed in training, equipping and mobilizing missionaries in Nepal, India, Bhutan and Malaysia. So far we have sent 100 missionaries to Nepal and beyond trained at our missionary training center called \"\"Nepal Mission Training Center\"\". We will be pleased to share our resources with others as well as get help from other organization who has better teaching materials.http://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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VijayGadepeIndiaASCHRIST GOSPELTraining villages Pastors in Bachelors in Theology educations, this are Key leaders from different places, the main concept of the training is to train others and make a network of trainers. I can offer curriculum and teaching staff to other institutes.English , Telugu, Oriya, Tamilhttp://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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GrahamAylettMalaysiaASInterservehttp://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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TimGreenMalaysiaASInterservehttp://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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AndrewRobertsUnited KIngdomWEFresh ExpressionsOur one year learning journey mission shaped ministry equips people to start and sustain fresh expressions of church. Over 3200 people have participated in msm in 10 countries (and on four continents). msm explores • The mission of God • Vision and values • Gospel and culture • Evangelism and discipleship • What is Church? • Leadership and team roles • Missional spirituality • Worship and the sacraments • How to keep going when things get tough It is possible to present specific units in specific contextsDeveloping sustainable ministries. Raising up indigenous leaders. Turning vision into practical reality.http://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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BertilEkströmSwedenWEWEAMChttp://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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ChristianGiordanoSpainWEMisiopedia.comMisiopedia.com is an academic missionary journal, in Spanish and Portuguese. I am looking options to teach missiology at posgrad level, mainly in Muslim related contexts. I can teach in Spanish, French or English. (I hold 40 years experience and a PhD.)theology of mission; mission to Islam; contextualization; development, humanitarian & business projects; integral /holistic mission;christian@losgiordano.org Misiopedia.comin Spanish: es.linkedin.com/pub/christian-giordano/29/2b3/425/ in English es.linkedin.com/pub/christian-giordano/29/2b3/425/en
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DavidMillerUnited Kingdom (Scotland)WEInternational Christian CollegeOur cross-cultural missionary training is an integral part of a theology degree programme which provides rigorous biblical and theological reflection on contemporary contexts. Several of our academic staff have significant cross-cultural and mission experience which they bring to bear on their areas of academic specialism (New Testament, Practical Theology, Mission Studies, Leadership). One of our staff is one of the foremost evangelical academic scholars in the UK in the areas of Buddhism, primal religions and New Religious Movements. We have significant expertise and experience in urban theology and mission in a variety of global urban contexts. We have widespread expertise and undertanding across our academic staff relating to mission in contemporary Western contexts.Skills development and spiritual formation How much pre-field training is enough? Ongoing / lifelong learninghttp://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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DebbieHawkerUnited KingdomWEFreelance trainerClinical Psychologist: I am willing to help institutions with training in areas related to member care, such as: Developing Resilience, Dealing with trauma, depression and loss, Cross-cultural issues, Culture shock, Re-entry, Third Culture Kids, Debriefing, Rest, Life-work balance, Retreats, Sabbath and spiritual refreshment, Hostage situations, deaths and other crisis management, Singleness, Marriage and family issuessupport for mission workers from newer sending nations, and cross-cultural issueshttp://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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GarethDufftyUnited KingdomWETogether - For Christ, His Kingdom His ChurchWe have a college which was run in Uk until last year now we are moving it to Cape Town to function form there, we retain the college premises in UK until another season. Our focus has there aspects to it in understanding Kingdom, Covenant and Restoration, we have had students form Africa, USA, Canada, UK, India and Sri LankaThe apostolic nature of the community Practical help on the ground Funding modelshttp://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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HannesWiherSwitzerlandWEAlliance Missionnaire Evangéliquehttp://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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IanBensonUnited KingdomWEThe Missionary Training ServiceCurriculum design; Certificate level missionary training materials; http://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtnwww.evangelicaltrainingdirectory.org
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IleanaHriscaRomaniaWEThe Romanian Centre of Cross-Cultural StudiesMissionary training with a focus on Islamhttp://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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JaniceWilburnUnited KingdomWELondon School of TheologyI am involved in helping students as they seek Gods direction for their lives. I use a combination of my life coach training and careers coaching.One of my concerns is that our students leave college with debts and this can inhibit them moving into faith funded mission organisations. Some debate on how we fund full-time missionaries would be helpful.I would like to be more involved in linking up with others involved in missionary training.http://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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JillFordUnited KingdomWEAll Nations Christian Collegehttp://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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JonasJørgensenDenmarkWEDanish Mission CouncilAccredited programs in mission theology in collaboration with free institutions and state universities in DenmarkFormation of mission spritualityhttp://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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Keesvan der WildenThe NetherlandsWEWEA Mission CommissionTraining, coaching and mentoring of young(er) -potentially- global leadersLeadership issues in a global and cross-cultural contextMight it be worthwhile to also look for opportunities in training through distant learning? I am involved in a distant learning program that we are establishing for Dutch missionaries in which I am convinced that a lot can be done in cooperation with other missiological training entities.http://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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KlausMuellerGermanyWEFreie Theologische Hochschule GiessenSince I have been missionary 11 years, the practical aspects of missionary work is my main interest, expertise and experience. My research area (and publication) is how the conscience is developed and how it works in different cultures and religions (elenctics). I have reserach done for that in Europe, South America, Africa, Asia, Oceania. Missionary strategy, contextualization as well as communication and church development mainly in animistic oriented worldviews (which is also present in Islam and Buddhism). Personality development and advise on the basis of psychological tests and the fitting into missionary situations. 30 years of teaching experience. In my institute I gather material for German-speaking evangelical mission.Elenctics: shame and guilt-orientedness as empiric phenomenon of the super-ego or ego-ideal. Contextualization without losing the content or the Gospel. Conversion in its cultural and religious settings. Research and analyse actual field situations.Most of my material and books are in German, but I am able to teach, communicate in English; Power Point Presentations in English for teaching. I am retired and can plan larger spaces of time for teaching and researching.http://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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LouisaEvansUnited KingdomWEAll Nations Christian Collegehttp://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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MarkOxbrowInternational (bases in India and UK)WEFaith2ShareShort training consultations for grass-roots mission leaders mainly in the Majority World. (E.g. \"\"Depth Discipleship\"\" training in Mirik, West Bengal in Oct 2012 for 40 leaders from Bhutan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Myanmar and India.)Collaboration between non-formal trainers working with grass-roots leaders.I really appreciate your on-line directory - keep up the excellent work.http://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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MarkWelshUnited KingdomWEInterserveFree consultancy discussions with church Leaders who are seeking to envision and equip their congregations for engagement in God’s global mission. This is done with a view to providing and, where required, delivering appropriate support and training programmes that allows a church to move forward on the missional journey that they believe God’s taking them on.The interaction between the local church and mission agencies; How mission agencies can best work together collaboratively to serve and support the local church.http://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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MartinHallUnited KingdomWEOMhttp://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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MikeFrithUnited KingdomWEOSCARServing as Senders - training to equip local churches to care for overseas workers All Change/New Directions - re-entry help for those recently returned from overseas Ready Steady Go - cross-cultural orientation for those entering cross-cultural ministry British Culture Orientation - help for those coming from overseas to work in the UKRe-entryhttp://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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KateWisemanUKWEAll Nations Christian CollegeInformation Management (26 years experience) Delivering mission training via e-learning - part of allnations e-learning team - experience in developing, delivering and facilitating programmes - 6yrs PhD research into developing and delivering integral mission training via e-learning focusing on the criteria necessary for programmes to be effective - have developed a framework applicable in various contexts.As aboveHappy to help the IMTN and its members in any way I canhttp://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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PaulFentonUnited KingdomWEOasis College of Higher EducationCommunity Services - Equipping Christians to provides services in the community for children, young people and adults. From childcare, youth clubs to full educational (school) provision.Home Mission and the role of Christian in providing community serviceshttp://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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RayPorterUnited KingdomWEOak Hill Theological CollegeThorough Biblical and Theological Training combined with Cross-cultural studies. Basic two year course but opportunity for three year BA and four year MTh. Integrated course allowing students to relate their missiological studies into Church history and theology as well as study of Greek and Hebrew over the whole degree course. Ideally suited for those planning on long term theological teaching or church planting. The college is Reformed in theology and this is reflected in the teaching of missiology that majors on Bavinck and other Dutch missiologists. The last two years would be suitable for those that have studied elsewhere and want to extend their learning after a spell overseas.What effect short courses have on the level of theological debate possible amongst mission leaders.http://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtnwww.oakhill.ac.uk
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RichardEvansUnited KingdomWEAll Nations Christian Collegehttp://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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RobHayUnited KingdomWERedcliffe Collegehttp://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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RobertLugarUnited KingdomWEOne Another Ministries IntlOur team specializes in providing in-service training for missionaries and international Christian workers -- specifically, providing skills Christian workers can use to make their lives and ministries more joyful and effective over the long term. Training is offered in the areas of personal and spiritual development, interpersonal skills development, team building and organizational development, and leadership development.You can learn more about the training we offer by visiting www.OneAnother.comhttp://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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RuthWallUnited KingdomWEProgramme leader, All Nations Christian CollegeMy work is in the design and delivery of mission training and the training of mission trainers. Based at All Nations Christian College in the UK I have been developing transformative approaches to learning across the curriculum. My doctorate has reconceptualised whole person learning and offers a new, transformative model for mission training.Some of the current issues would be 1. How can mission training foster whole person learning that is transformational? 2. How can on-line learning be effective in transformation? 3. What strategies are needed for training trainers? 4. How can mission training be relevant and accessible to the church in multiple contexts?I would love to know who is out there with a real passion to see people equipped to serve God and what they are doing and how we could learn from one another.http://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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SasConradieUnited KingdomWEGlobal Generosity Network1) Ministry management and capacity building such as ministry purpose, board, strategy, financial management, marketing, partnership development, fund development, etc; 2) Business as mission; 3) Integral mission - Biblical centred community development and its place in mission such as addressing poverty and other needs in a community; 4) Global trends that influence mission and how mission initiatives should respond; 5) Mission mobilisation1) Ministry organisational development; 2) Integral mission; 3) Global trends; 4) Mission mobilisationhttp://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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Steefvan t SlotThe NetherlandsWERecruiting for Missions1. Introduction to Missions. This is a course of about 20 hours, based on my book \"\"World Evangelisation - That all may hear\"\". Course books are available in English and French. Taught at some missionary training schools, established by Bethany Fellowship, USA, in e.g. Brazil, Burundi, Tanzania; and at CAPRO missions school in Botswana. Taught many more times in a dozen other African countries in seminars for pastors to mobilize their churches. 2. Theology of Missions. This is a course of 40-60 hours (or part of it), based on my book \"\"Biblical Foundation for World Missions\"\". This course has been taught, at least in part, in similar settings as the first course. Course materials are available in English and Dutch.I would be interested mostly to dialogue with colleagues about curriculum composition and -development for missionary training schools, especially in a non-western context. Mainly to learn, and possibly to share my own resources.The organisation Recruiting for Missions was established in 2010 and is now a member of the Dutch Evangelical Mission Alliance (EZA).http://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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SteinarOpheimNorwayWETent LtdWe train professionals and businesspeople to go as tentmakers. Our courses are developed in collaboration with Global Opportunities and cover a wide range of subjects that are of great importance to tentmakers. More information is to be found at www.tent.no/tmcourse.Since we train people more generally for tentmaking ministry it would be great to get information about and contribute to develop more specific courses for instance on how to do business, management and professional work in respectively Muslim, Buddhist, Hindu and other cultures.http://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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ToddHiltibranHungaryWEEFCAhttp://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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ChrisBinderUnited KingdomWEInterservehttp://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtnHaving previously served as a teacher, a missionary, a parish minister / pastor and a denominational mission leader, God has brought all of those strands and experiences together in my current role as a Mission Mobiliser with Interserve.
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PaulDaviesUnited KingdomWELatin LinkI am a theologian and mission trainerissues, Integral Mission, Contextual Theology, Integral trainingI am looking for workI worked 10 years in Argentina and 9 years at All Nationshttp://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtnwww.pauljdavies.org
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BrianOConnellUnited StatesWNAREACT ServicesREACT has substantial experience in training and coaching in partnering facilitation. Over the past 10 years, we have seen hundreds of leaders go through some of our modules from dozens of countries and in over 10 languages. This is not merely global south-global north partnering, but collaborative work on joint projects impacting a region or a sector.* How to work in multi-organizational (multi-cultural) collaboration? * Principles and Best Practices to achieve real results from working together. * What are the characteristics of a partnering friendly organization?http://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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DebScheuermannUSAWNAMission Aviation Fellowshiphttp://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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EmilyFreyUSAWNAMission Encounters InternationalMentoring--all of our field missionaries communicate with an off-site professional Christian counselor two times a month as well as weekly on-site mentoring with leadership Cultural immersion--there are no fences or walls separating us from the local indigenous community Practical skills--if you have skills, we put you right to work; otherwise we work with you to develop a wide variety of teaching, preaching, medical/dental assistance, community sustainabilityResearch-based resources; trends; cross-cultural modelshttp://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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GeorgeBealsUSAWNACentral Wesleyan Church, Holland, Illinoishttp://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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LeitonChinnUSAWNALausanne; Association of Christians Ministering among Internationals; WEA MCMinistry among International Students/Scholars Taught a course on International Student Ministry(ISM) at Trinity School for Ministry/Seminary (Anglican, located in Ambridge, PA, USA). Published books and articles related to ISM. I could teach a 1 week intensive on ISM as part of Diaspora Missiology; or be a guest lecturer for a shorter duration or special missions event. Served 8 years as President of ACMI (30 year old association of ISMs of USA/Canada) and now its Director for Global Networking. Also currently serve as Lausanne Senior Associate for ISM and am a WEA MC Associate.Incorporating International Student/Scholar missions/ministry in your teaching/training curriculum. It offers excellent pre-field cross-cultural training experience that can be utilized during the overall training course. ISM is a highly strategic element of the broad field of Diaspora Missions.http://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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MarkMorgensternUnited StatesWNAReachGlobal - Missio Nexus - The Next StepOnline Learning - I oversee the online learning resources for EFCA EQUIP, but we also provide services for other organizations and ministries. Blended learning Teams for missionary learning provision Church Planting Training for cross-cultural (expat) workers Whole family pre-field missionary training.I would like to find more trainers that would like to be part time volunteer faculty members for missionary training through EFCA EQUIP.Presently I am the leader of The Next Step, a community of North American missionary trainers and educators. Steve Hoke was a board member of The Next Step until recently when we merged into Missio Nexus and my leadership responsibilities are thus linked with Missio Nexus. One of my biggest areas of personal interest is the formation of partnerships for missionary training that go beyond just the sharing of ideas and tools into the realm of actually colaborating on the design and implementation of training.http://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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PaulGriffinUSAWNAChristar1. Organization 2. Assessing missiological approaches in light of Scripture 3. Shepherding 4. Good works and evangelism admixture1. developing missionaries for more effective team work 2. developing missionaries for deeper spiritual life 3. developing missionaries for greater focus on evangelism 4. developing missionaries for more focus on discipleship 5. developing missionaries for greater focus in gathering people into churches, and not merely small groups or \"\"house\"\" churches 6. developing missionaries to develop a plurality of elders in the planted churchThank you so much.http://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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RobinHarrisUnited StatesWNAGraduate Inst of Applied Linguistics (GIAL) and International Council of Ethnodoxologists (ICE)I can offer training in how to use the arts in mission in culturally appropriate ways. I co-teach a one-week intensive course called \"\"Arts in Missian\"\" (aka \"\"Arts for a Better Future\"\") - see: https://sites.google.com/site/artsforabetterfuture/ which can be hosted by various organizations. My CV is here: http://www.gial.edu/faculty/harris I can also teach shorter seminars of one hour or more, and can coordinate a team of presenters who could do an \"\"Arts in Mission track\"\" or \"\"ethnodoxology track\"\" within a larger conference. We have a handbook and manual for these courses, recently published by William Carey; see www.ethnodoxologyhandbook.com for details.Find out how they are doing training related to contextualization of the arts in missions contexts. Id like to discover how they are dealing with the challenges in contextualization issues.http://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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AriRocklinCanadaWNAGLOBAL Opportunities & Tent Academy InternationalSpecific training in ministry skills for professionals and business people working in closed countries. Evaluating ministry effectiveness.Evaluating ministry effectivenessWe are looking to add trainers to our team for our courses in six countries. They must be former tentmakers who have either had effective church planting and discipling ministry or having failed but learned from their mistakes.http://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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RyanEmisUnited StatesWNAThe Center for Mission MobilizationMission Mobilization, Mission Education, Fund Raising, Campus Ministry, Campus Mobilization, Multi-national mobilization, children/family mobilization, media mobilization. We are strong in training church, campus and ministry leaders with principles of mission mobilization. An example that I could mention would be training national church and mission leaders to be mission mobilizers.The new concept of sending mobilizers to serve national churches that are in need of mission education/mobilization.Here is our web-site, www.mobilization.orghttp://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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SamuelChiangUnited StatesWNAInternational Orality Networkhttp://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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SteveHokeUnited StatesWNACRMhttp://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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TroyReinerUnited StatesWNAWord of Life Counseling Training InstituteWe provide free Bible-based counseling video training, low cost certifications, and degrees in Christian counseling through Logos Christian College and Graduate School.Starting additional counseling training schools worldwide.Check out our newly updated websites www.freechristiancounselingtraining.com and www.faiththerapy.org.http://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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WilliamTaylorUnited StatesWNAWEAMChttp://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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BennieWolvaardtAustraliaWPVeritas Collegehttp://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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BruceDippleAustraliaWPSydney Missionary and Bible College; Australian College of TheologyThe key area in recent years is the role of the local church in mission training, and how that relates to the roles of mission agencies and training institutions. I challenge, from a biblical and a global reality perspective, the thinking of many local churches that mission is handing people over to institutions for training and to agencies for ministry. In some ways I have developed Jonathan Lewis old DACUM process specifically for the local church, and particularly for churches in a multicultural context like Australia. The input to the churches is through writing, conducting seminars in churches, Bible teaching, conference speaking, etc. The outcome is a new level of participation by some churches with institutions and agencies, and a change in their thinking where they now see the mission activity as an extension of the ministry of the local church.Apart from the area noted above under strengths, I have two other areas of particular interest. (1) The nature of different culturally appropriate learning styles and their impact on mission training, particularly in a multicultural training context. For example, when you have responsibility to teach a course on some aspect of mission and the class is made up of people from East Asian, European, and South Pacific cultural backgrounds, what does that say to how you teach. This becomes even more complex when teaching in an accreditation framework. (2) The role of a biblical theology of mission, not just as a subject per se, but as a contributor to the diverse areas of mission training. To put it another way, the role of a strong why in producing clarity of what and how. It addresses the integration of biblical theology with ministry and practice.Great to see you are getting the IMTN going again! I am coordinator of the Australian Missionary Trainers Network, a ministry of our national WEAMC mission body, Missions Interlink Australia. We have about 70 members from formal and non-formal contexts, and the main thing we do is produce a quarterly newsletter of ideas and resource links. I will pass on news of what you are doing to all the members. I also work part time with the main Australian evangelical accreditation body, the Australian College of Theology, as moderator for all mission subjects taught in member colleges. This gives me another personal link with most Australian mission trainers working in an institutional environment.http://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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DaronHimstedtAustraliaWPCrossway Baptist ChurchI have 3 major ones 1) I used to be OMFs International Facilitator of Short Term Ministries. I would consider myself an expert in short termers and utilising them in long term ministry successfully. I have trained over 900 short termers and 50 coordinators. In 2004 OMF led a session at the South Western Consultation in Chiang Mai Thailand. The session was attended by 34 different mission agencies. At the end of the session 34 agencies asked for our materials as we were miles in front in terms of training for this ministry. 2) I am a Kairos trainer. Kairos (www.kairoscourse.org) is a grassroots missions course ideal for mission mobilisation. I am a State coordinator and National team member. In 2 years we have gone from one church (mine) one course to 9 courses and 5 churches involved. This number will expand again in 2013. 3) I also was a Church Multipication Movement trainer with OMF. My specialty was helping leaders develop the Master(s) Plan. Developiong Vision, Mission, Values, Strategies, Goals etc towards seeing a people group reached. There are are 5 movements that I know of in SE Asia as a direct result of this complete package of training. I was one component of it. This ministry has moved out from under the OMF umbrella and has gone International.Mobilisation Short Term Teams Church Planting Ideas for Churcheshttp://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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DavidTurnbullAustraliaWPTabor AdelaideTabor Adelaide offers a Bachelor of Intercultural Studies, Masters in TESOL and Graduate Diploma in International Health and Development programs. It has been offering programs since 1993. The program is for cross-cultural workers in mission settings in Australia and beyond, with particularly Christian organizations. It is offered on-campus and externally. My current PhD research is in the area of Cultural Intelligence and multiethnic churches.E-learning and missionary training; Pedagogy and missionary training; Curriculum for missionary training in the 21st Century; Education for the growing new areas of mission participation like the Arts and Business; Education for contextualization in contexts of the major world religions; The impact of the mission scene on number of students in a western context and how to make such training sustainable and financially viable.How to engage with the broader Christian community in a western context in order to address the needs for raising mission awareness and to motivate students to consider mission as a priority of God and offer for service.http://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtnTabor Adelaide’s website - www.taboradelaide.edu.au; Tabor Adelaide’s School of Ministry, Theology and Culturehttp://taboradelaide.edu.au/schools/school-of-ministry-theology-culture/faculty#turnbull
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ElizabethHentschelAustraliaWPWEC Internationalvocational, hands on, reflective learning working with those who have already spent some time on the field and now have questions regarding how best to plant indigenous multiplying churchesworldview and contextualised gospel cross cultural teaching and learning leading multicultural teamshttp://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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DavidWilliamsAustraliaWPChurch Missionary Society of Australia – our training college is called St Andrew’s Hall. I lead our training ministryTraining long-term gospel workersMissiology; preparation and training of long-termers (6 years +); urban poverty missionConnecting to what others are doing around the world in our areas of interesthttp://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtnwww.cms.org.au
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CilnettePiennaarSouth AfricaAhttp://www.missionarytraining.org/mt/index.php/contact-the-imtn
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